Serangan-Island-Final Concept



Engaged as master planners and landscape architects, working with a large team of international consultants with the project being administered out of Jakarta.

Serangan Island, Bali, Indonesia (1992-1993). Land use and development master plan preparation and landscape architectural design guidelines. Awarded two separate commissions; land use planning and landscape architecture. This project was a 480 Ha., planned residential resort community including a variety of housing types, golf course, hotels, marina and infrastructure development. This project involved extensive landscape analysis and integration of consultant information such as anthropologists, a team of tropical marine and terrestrial ecologists, marine and civil engineers and real estate marketing consultants, to name a few, in developing plan options. The concept underpinning the design was to reflect in a contemporary fashion Balinese design traditions in the design. Land reclamation work worth in excess of 80 million dollars (US) was undertaken according to the master plan.


Master planned golf resort development located on reclaimed section of foreshore land. Development included resort hotels, two championship golf courses, marina and residential precincts.